The famous Taiwan-based manufacturing company, Palit has released the custom version of the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti with 4 fans. Yes! That sounds cool to us too because of the best-looking feature. The card is the flagship product of the GameRock series which is the newest launch by the company. The card is claimed to have the best thermal solution and at the same time, the best graphics card quality so that gamers may have the ultimate gaming experience.
Palit has named the newest lineup, “TurboJET4” (patent pending) due to its not-so-common feature of 4 fans. 4 fans are designed as dual Double-Fans with the anti-vortex design. It means that one fan is placed over the other one and 2 of such setups are installed. Who can deny the need of best cooling in a graphics card? Palit has fulfilled the demand of many, by producing its own version of the card. This dual double fan design is actually the key to the better performance of the card even when compared to the founder’s edition. This design offers a high centralized air volume which provides the heat dissipation needed for the card to work better.
In addition to the TurboJET4 design of the Palit’s card, following are the specifications of the card:
- Anti-Vortex Design
- Lower Acoustic Level
- Lower GPU Temperature
- Outstanding Gaming Performance
- TRI-Modes: OC Mode/Gaming Mode/Silence Mode
- RGB Lighting Effect with RGB SYNC
- Dual BIOS
- 12-phase plus 2 PWM
When tested to the extreme limits, Palit GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GameRock Premium was showing a clear 7% gain in the benchmarks results as compared to the founder’s edition of GTX 1080 Ti. The GPU temperature is noted to be 12oC lower and the noise level is 6dB quieter under the heavy game loading.
In addition to the above stated awesome looking features of Palit’s version of the card, the RGB lighting introduced in the card is a treat to look at. With over 16.8 million colors to be chosen from, the card provides you the option of setting any color range of your choice and you’ll just love the results changing with respect to the card’s temperature.